Unknown or lost productions
(Please redit this list if adaptions are found and/or are made more widely available)
- The Fairylogue and Radio-Plays, the very first silent Oz movie made in 1908 which adapted The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The Marvelous Land of Oz, Ozma of Oz, and John Dough and the Cherub and produced by L. Frank Baum himself through the Selig Polyscope Company.
- Selig Ployscope is also believed to have made Dorothy and the Scarecrow in Oz which was loosely based on Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz, The Land of Oz which was loosely based on The Marvelous Land of Oz, and a re-release of John Dough and the Cherub after the The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1910) was made based on film data from the era.
- An adaptation of The Marvelous Land of Oz entitled The Land of Oz (1932) that reportably featured the Meglin Kiddies.
- A 1950 televised Wizard of Oz puppet show by Burr Tillstrom.
- 20th Century Oz (1976), DVD copies are very rare and have only been found so far for sale on j4hi.com
- A 1976 episode of Sesame Street which featured Margret Hamilton reprising her role as the [[Wicked Witch of the West]. The episode only aired once and has yet to resurface after bring considerably banned just because her character was deemed frightening to children.
- W krainie czarnoksiężnika Oza (1983-85), episodes in Polish.
- The Wizard of Oz (1995), a modern-day British adaptation starring Denise van Outen as Dorothy which is said to be a more adult version of the story with elements taken from Return to Oz (film).
- The Oz Kids, all episodes deemed unavailable in English though some have been found in German.
- Tales of the Wizard of Oz; exact number and listing of all animated shorts is unknown as a selective number have only been released through online youtube uploads.
- Right: A still from a short believed to be called 'Cyclones to Oz"
- The series The Wonderful Galaxy of Oz, all 26 episodes believed to be in Japanese except for a shortened English movie version.
- A pilot or at least key scenes for the canceled Lost in Oz (Tim Burton Project) are believed to have been filmed.
- Adventures in the Emerald City, other Russian films, and even computer games based on the alternate Magic Land series.